It was a sleep over and a pizza party with Justin Timberlake during Thursday's "The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon."
Timberlake's appearance opened with a skit of the two playing kids sleeping at Camp Winnipesaukee. But two grown men at a summer camp in October playing as children can be considered strange, maybe even ironic. Timberlake and Fallon marked the occasion by singing Alanis Morissette's "Ironic."
They manage to sing quietly until they hit the chorus and their enthusiasm gets the best of them -- their whiny rendition of "Ironic" triggering a camp staff member to quiet them down.
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Later in the show, Timberlake also poked fun at a selfie he took that got him in some trouble with the law.
The singer posted a picture of himself on Instagram in a voting booth in Tennessee Monday, writing "No excuses, my good people!"
A Tennessee law bars voters from taking photographs or video while inside a polling location.
Timberlake, who flew in to Tennessee from California to cast an early vote, shared some advice while on the "Tonight Show": "Get out and vote, but don't take a picture of yourself. I had no idea."